RHEMA COLLINS, of the Bahamas, has been listed at No.15 among the Class of 2023 in the latest
edition of the Prep Girls Hoops Florida rankings.
By RENALDO DORSETT
Tribune Sports Reporter
JUNIOR national basketball team standout Rhema Collins has quickly emerged as one of the top prep prospects among her class in the state of Florida.
Prep Girls Hoops Florida lists Collins at No.15 among the Class of 2023 in the latest edition of its rankings.
The 6’2” wing has averaged 16.8 points and six rebounds per game this season for Schoolhouse Prep in Miami, Florida.
She opened the season with 18 points against American Collegiate Academy, followed with nine points and eight rebounds against West Oaks and a season high 23 points against Miami Christian. She also posted two double doubles on the season - 19 points and 10 rebounds - against DME Sports and 15 points and 12 rebounds against Cardinal Newman.
At the AAU level, Collins joined the Miami Suns programme, which is a member of the Nike Girls EYBL.
At the national team level, Collins was most recently a member of Team Bahamas that finished sixth at the FIBA Centrobasket Under-17 Championships for Women in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The Bahamas finished the tournament 2-3 overall.
Collins averaged a double double with 11 points and a team-leading 10.8 rebounds per game. She also led the team with 2.6 blocks per game.